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Today is "officially" the first day of the Summer and that means that Etihad Skyline tours are open everyday until the end of September.
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Today 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 5:30 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 5:30 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 5:30 pmThursday 8:00 am – 5:30 pmFriday 8:00 am – 5:30 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. Boasting a capacity for 82,300 people, the stadium is the home of Gaelic games and the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). 

As well as being the fourth largest stadium in Europe, Croke Park has a world class conference & event centre, roof top Etihad Skyline tour and GAA Museum.
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Ireland's biggest stadium and bastion for Gaelic sports hosting GAA events from April to September.- Google
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Peter Green
2 months ago
The old stadium was an eyesore- awful seating poor views open to the elements and horrible obstructive pitch fencing. New stadium bigger and better. Amazing views but the concert sound can be dodgy. A total nightmare to get in and out of. Pig ignorant staff and traffic police. Little parking anywhere near it if you're driving.
Kate Mcdonald
2 months ago
the first time i went to croke park was this year for the One Direction Concert best experience of my entire life cant wait to see it again
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Thomas John Kenny
10 months ago
The first time I was in Croke Park was in 2002. I got tickets for the premium level seating. The stadium was and is stunning. At the time, getting to the upper level by escalator and having pint at the game was dream stuff. I went back a few times since to watch Sligo and again a few more times when I lived in Dublin but nothing will beat the first time.
Beverly Okornoe
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Ed Sheeran will be performing here
Miriam O Keeffe
5 months ago
Absolute terrible for Wheelchair users!! Brought my mam (confined to a motorised wheelchair) up to the 1st match of Kilkenny vs Tipp. Her first time to ever be in Croke Park, after following the instructions on the website, we parked in Clonliffe. Where they charged us €10 to park even though my mam has a parking permit which allows free carparking. I wouldnt mind paying for it if it WASNT IN A FIELD!! I was so mad, they instructed us to park down this field whjch was so rough and so impossible to drive her wheelchair. There was also a huge hill. It took us 1.5 hours to get from the car which only should have taken 5-10 mins max. Got to Croker after such an ordeal trying to drive on those paths, very little ramps along that road either. Noticed when we got into Croke Park that there was Irish Wheelchair Association Buses parked there. I approached a Steward to kindly ask how did they manage to park there and he said they got a pass from IWA. Seeing as the match was a draw and I persumed I would be able to get one of those passes for the replay - I got mam a ticket for the replay. She was soooo much more excited this time thinking that we could get a pass to park on the grounds and not having to go through such an ordeal again. I phoned IWA and they said they never allocate such passes, that the Parking Permit should be sufficient. So I phoned Croke Park 19 times and left 5 messages for Seamus to contact me as EVERYTIME I PHONED HE WAS IN A MEETING, no matter what time I phoned. After having no luck in the 3 weeks between the matches, I phone IWA again asking if they could help, and the lady assured me that there is no such pass that the Permit should allow access. Decided to take a chance on it, we headed for Croker again. All I can say is they should be absolutely ashamed of themselves and I would love them to sit in a wheelchair for one day to see how badly this country is set up for them. YOU Have RUINED my mams view on this country to see such a huge part of Ireland and to not even be wheelchair friendly. On one occasion she needed to use the loo, and the funny thing is after driving the chair into the toilet, you couldnt close the door behind you??? HOW DOES THIS MAKE SENSE. The money Croke Park receives every week and to not even have the toilets usable. One thing is for sure my family and I WILL NEVER BE BACK!!
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Barry Morrissey
2 months ago
croke park is amazing bigger than old Trafford
Anthony Brennan
12 months ago
Brilliant been there many times and alot more to come great atmosphere and great stadium COYBIB
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conor shelly
8 months ago
Truly amazing stadium and i love the atmosphere there